The Cincinnati Enquirer
Thursday, September 21, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 264
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DEADLY TORNADO HITS XENIA
A tornado caused one death and at least 100 injuries Wednesday night. Trees were toppled, homes damaged, cars blown over and utility lines downed.
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The Reds went out with a whimper, losing 4-2 to the San Francisco Giants. Actually, their fate was sealed before the game ended as St. Louis clinched the Central Division with a 11-6 victory over Houston.
Complete Reds coverage at Cincinnati.com/reds

LOCAL BOXER BEATEN
Dante Craig became the first U.S. fighter to lose Thursday. Check Cincinnati.com/olympics for Paul Daugherty's reports, coverage of the 12 Tristate athletes, and the latest news and results from Associated Press.
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Phish is known for long concerts. But the king of the jam bands closed Riverbend's 2000 season Wednesday night with a 2 1/2 hour, sold-out show that started in the summer and seemed to end in fall.

DRUG TEST PROBE EXPANDS
Municipal Court judges in Hamilton County launched an investigation Wednesday into whether probation officers are ignoring orders to conduct drug tests on criminals.
Enquirer editorial

TEENS GATHER, AFFIRM FAITH
Just before sunrise Wednesday, 200 students circled the flagpole at Conner High School in Hebron to pray. Thousands of students were doing the same thing at school flagpoles across the nation.
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Sports
Bonds serves HR bat to McEnroe
Mudville nine now belong to Reds
Arbitration could break the bank
Injured should return Friday
Smith wants harder practices
Dillon: Few yards or answers
Braham's absence may be extended
Lewis free, still great
Results of our Olympic TV survey
High School Highlights
Ohio high school results
N. Kentucky high school results
Complete prep football coverage

- Today's Sports Page

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Bush lead over Gore narrows in Ohio
Few bid little for killer's letter
Man arrested in woman's death
UC students find campus altered
Start of classes at UC snarls interstates
Give help, not prison, group urges
CSO to premiere 'Millennium Fantasy'
Nobel Prize winner to ring Peace Bell
These dads feel right at home
Pig Parade: Erectheham on the Porkcropolis
A guide to help make your day

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Business
New Net firm to swap leases
Blot on sterling economy
Government told to leave energy alone
More companies join in social action
With Delta, time really does fly
Kroger employees vote to strike
Realtor retools with demand
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